Chris Kamara, Sky Sports Presenter, Motivational Speaker, After Dinner Speaker, Chris also continues to offer his unique live opinions on Soccer Saturday where he reports on matches, live from the gantry at Premiership matches. Chris can also be seen every Saturday morning on Soccer AM where he links live to the stadium he reports from on Soccer Saturday.

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Background

A former 'hard man' defender/ midfielder, Kamara made 11 team moves during his career as a player, including being part of the 1992 Championship-winning Leeds squad under Howard Wilkinson.
Once retired from playing with his last team, Bradford City, he decided to make the switch to the role of Team Manager with the Bantams.
It was during his two-year management stint that the team was promoted into the First Division for 1995/96 and it was Kamara who assembled most of the team that moved up again, into the Premiership.

Areas of Expertise

Chris Kamara's weekends are spoken for. Out on the road for his ground breaking gantry reports on Soccer Saturday, Chris then returns to London and the Sky Sports studios to present the Sunday morning review show Goals on Sunday with co-presenter Rob McCaffrey.
Chris initially enjoyed a dual role of commentator/presenter when he linked up with Rob Hawthorne on Friday evenings for live nationwide football and Rob McCaffrey on Sundays for Soccer Extra.
For the 2001-2002 season, Chris again teamed up with Rob to review the previous day's top-flight action in England and Scotland with informed studio guests in a new look Goals on Sunday.
Chris also continues to offer his unique live opinions on Soccer Saturday where he reports on matches, live from the gantry at Premiership matches.
Chris can also be seen every Saturday morning on Soccer AM where he links live to the stadium he reports from on Soccer Saturday.
Chris began commentating in 1996 while he was still a manager, working for Sky Sports and YTV. He has also commentated for Radio 5.

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